A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.
Written as a practical guide for woodland owners interested in fish and wildlife management. The Pacific Northwest supports a wide range of wetland types. Freshwater includes wet meadows, swamps, bogs, and marshes, often near lakes or streams. Saltwater marshes, swamps, and eelgrass beds are in estuarine areas along the coast. Authors offer a chart of riparian vegetation, and explain the importance of wetlands to fish and wildlife populations.